Can you identify the objects in this song, please?


I'm creating a language which has words identifying direct and indirect objects in the sentence. To practice, I'm translating my favorite songs and quotations, but I never really understood them. Can anyone help identify them, please? The song is "Wrapped" by Gloria Estefan, and a copy of the lyrics is below. Thanks so much!


I keep every tear like an ocean for every day that my fortune kept me from being with you. I cradle your faith that reveals me, grows like a flower then heals me; fills me with promise anew. I carry your worn disillusion when my pathetic confusion kept me from speaking the truth. I'm simply a coin in your fountain, lost like the seconds I'm counting until I am closer to you.


I cherish every morning that found us with the night scattered around us, faded and painting me blue. I carry your joy in my footsteps, making my way to your harbor. Don't need to go any farther: you are my sun and my moon.


Wrapped in your arms where it's a peaceful, back in your arms where I'm happy. I would do anything gladly only to see you again. Wrapped in your arms I can wander out to the heavens above me, hearing you say that you love me, back in your arms where I'm free.


I keep every phrase barely spoken that from your lips may have broken free as you give me your love. My yearning in constant and steady, when I'm with you I'm already everything I can become.

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